Bowling with the family at SM Bowling Center

We decided to take the kids bowling yesterday. We were at SM Megamall last Monday for my appointment at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) for my passport renewal and we had some time to go around and check out the new things they have at the mall. We found out that the skating rink has been moved to the fifth floor and on the same floor, you will find other recreational facilities such as Gandiva Archery and SM Bowling Center. Me and Bowling don’t match Jay had been asking me to go bowling for as long as I can […]

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How Many Procedures are Recommended During a Mommy Makeover?

Being pregnant and having a baby is a joyous time in your life when you look forward to bringing a new child into the world. Unfortunately, this beautiful experience also takes a toll on your body. During your pregnancy, your skin and muscles stretch to make room for your baby, leaving stretch marks, sagging breasts and flabby tummy that doesn’t respond to exercise. Fluctuations of your hormonal levels during pregnancy also cause fine lines and wrinkles on your face. And even though you feel incredibly blessed with the new life you’ve brought into this world, you may also feel less […]

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Restaurant Review: Mamita’s Bulaluhan

There wasn’t much to do after New Year’s eve in Baguio. BenCab Museum was closed for the holidays and we’ve practically exhausted all attractions we planned to take the kids to. So we took our sweet time and just left the hotel right before lunch time. One of the things I wanted to do in Baguio was to try homegrown restaurants. We’ve tried the very popular Great Taste; and although the servings and the taste were indeed great, we didn’t feel like waiting too long for our food all over again. So we went searching for another restaurant that’s very Baguio-y. I’ve been […]

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Bean heads in Baguio

I fell in love with Baguio when I was a teenager. The cool breeze and the smell of pine trees have always had their way with me, me being a hopeless romantic and all.  Back then I would always imagine myself living in that beautiful city, wearing layered clothing and walking the peaceful streets or reading a book while sipping coffee at a quaint coffee shop somewhere in the hills. And at one point in my once young and foolish mercurial mind, I though about entering the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) after High School. The only thing I hated were […]

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Starwood Hotel in Baguio City

How do I start? Haha! Our stay at Starwood hotel in Baguio city was quite interesting, I can’t help but laugh about it every time I remember. Let me tick off the good points first. Booking was a breeze. We called to reserve and just dropped by to pay for our room. Easy peasy! The receptionists said we could pay on the day we check in, we just wanted to confirm earlier so we won’t have to think about it anymore. Cost is low, we only paid Php 1,900 for the room that has 2 queen-sized beds (Are those queen-sized? […]

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